PUBG Southeast Asia Championship
PUBG Southeast Asia Championship 2019 is a PUBG professional circuit in Southeast Asia. The series represents Southeast Asia's 2019 Official Pro Circuit season held by PUBG Corporation. The 2019 competitive season will culminated at the PUBG Global Championship 2019.
PGI Era (2018)
The PUBG Southeast Asia Championship launched as a path for the PGI 2018 and PAI 2019. Each tournament features a national qualifiers of 6 Main Countries including: Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia & Singapore. Brunei and Sri-Lanka appeared once as a part of Malaysia & Singapoe qualifier for JIB SEA Championship.
Pro Circuit Era (2019)
On November 6th, 2019. PUBG Corporation introduced the official pro competitions in nine different regions around the globe. Recognized as the 2019 Official competitive season, Which selects 6 Regions to be implemented with a full fledged Pro League ecosystem and the remainder 3 region recieving Third-party Pro Circuit ecosystem.
Also there will be numerous global events throughout the year, including the All-Star Games in August and the Global Championship in November where the world champion of each season will be crowned.
Southeast Asia are listed under the Pro Circuit ecosystem.
The SEA Championship is produced by Mineski Events Team. Locations are various per phases.
Global Series Era (2020 - Present)
Following the 2020 Global Series announcement on December 10th, 2019. Southeast Asia was merged alongside the Taiwan, HK, Macau region to a new combined region called Asia-Pacific thus ending the Southeast Asia Championship brand. Which also merged into the PUBG Global Series - Asia Pacific Qualifier.
The SEA ecosystem are span across three phases, in each phases contains the following events
- PSC: Main championship, the grandest stage for Southeast Asia.
- Teams playing all matches offline on various host countries, with prizes varied in each phase and spots at the global events. ( due to Host issues, Phase 1 of 2019 rescheduled as online )
- Nationals: National qualifiers. Represent the best from all corners of the country fighting for a spot
- Teams playing all matches online/offline, Represent the best teams in the country fighting for PSC Spot